c.a.klimek

p a i n t e r/ p r i n t m a k e r / w r i t e r

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  • Sunny Side Up, 36x36, oil on canvas, mixed media oil, multiple layers of water soluble oil, charcoal, oil pastels/crayon, graphite and pencil.

  • Talking Trash, 36x36, oil on canvas, mixed media oil, multiple layers of water soluble oil, charcoal, oil pastels/crayon, graphite and pencil.

  • Interwoven, 18x18, oil on canvas, mixed media oil, multiple layers of water soluble oil, charcoal, oil pastels/crayon, graphite and pencil w/faux encaustic coating (Kitty Joe series)

  • Tickled Pink, 18x18, oil on canvas, mixed media oil, multiple layers of water soluble oil, charcoal, oil pastels/crayon, graphite and pencil w/faux encaustic coating (Kitty Joe series)

  • Winter Days, 39x31 framed, on oil paper, mixed media oil, multiple layers of water soluble oil, charcoal, oil pastels/crayon, graphite and pencil.

  • Reasoning, 19x42, oil on canvas, mixed media oil, multiple layers of water soluble oil, charcoal, oil pastels/crayon, graphite and pencil.

  • Meditation, 19x42, oil on canvas, mixed media oil, multiple layers of water soluble oil, charcoal, oil pastels/crayon, graphite and pencil.

  • Untitled, 29x36 framed, on oil paper, mixed media oil, multiple layers of water soluble oil, charcoal, oil pastels/crayon, graphite and pencil w/faux encaustic coating.

  • In the City, 30x40, oil on canvas, mixed media oil, multiple layers of water soluble oil, charcoal, oil pastels/crayon, graphite and pencil.

  • Going Downtown, 85x48, oil on canvas, mixed media oil, multiple layers of water soluble oil, charcoal, oil pastels/crayon, graphite and pencil.

New Work Emerges From Multiple Series

Kitty Joe's Wash, Stacked Color, Abstract Expressionism and Jacumba are merging in an exciting way.

The marks and symbols that usually were hidden under multiple layers of paint, now take center stage. The pods move from ob-round to ovals, circles and boulder-like shapes; all still representing the many forms that seeds come in.    


Just as other record in their journals on a daily basis, my pieces capture my emotional reaction and experiences which are processed, reconciled, recorded, and translated into colors and shapes that are woven together.


While I do work in both acrylics and oils, the bulk of my work considered mixed media oil. They are a combination of multiple layers of oils, paper weavings, graphite, charcoal, oil pastels, acrylic pens, and/or oil crayon. Some pieces have a faux encaustic or resin surface.


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